State House
OpenCape’s Legislative Outreach Announcement

OpenCape shared some key points with the Massachusetts Joint Committee on Ways and Means to help serve as useful guidance for upcoming broadband policies.

Liam Maguires
OpenCape Ads Feature Local Falmouth Businesses

The goal is to showcase Main Street Falmouth and Woods Hole's Main Street as connected destinations where infrastructure exists for small businesses.

US Capital Building
OpenCape's Infrastructure Investment And Jobs Act Letter To Senators And Representatives

OpenCape recently reached out directly to our two U.S. Senators and nine Members of the House of Representatives to express our strong belief that broadband funding should focus on local solutions.

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OpenCape Responds To NECTA False Claims

"You know you are doing something right when the big players start taking shots at you" says OpenCape CEO Steven Johnston in response to an Op-Ed letter that appeared in the Falmouth Enterprise in August.

DDOS
OpenCape Partners With Corero For DDoS Mitigation

Cyberattacks are in the news and on the rise... so OpenCape is being proactive in support of our customers’ cybersecurity protocols.

QA With Our First Residential Customer
Q&A With Our First Residential Pilot Customer

Writer-Editor William Ferrall was the very first residential customer at our Fiber-to-the-Home Pilot Program at 255 Main Street.

Scholarships
OpenCape Awards Scholarships

As part of OpenCape’s non-profit mission to make tangible improvements to the economic development and quality of life in our region, the Board of Directors recently launched an annual High School Scholarship Program.

Cotuit Center for the Arts
OpenCape Connects Cape Cod Cultural Institutions

Since being called to serve as rector at Saint Barnabas’s Episcopal Church in 2018, Reverend Will H. Mebane, Jr., has made a concerted effort to align his church with local initiatives.

Saint Barnabass Episcopal Church
Saint Barnabas’s Episcopal Church

Since being called to serve as rector at Saint Barnabas’s Episcopal Church in 2018, Reverend Will H. Mebane, Jr., has made a concerted effort to align his church with local initiatives.

Help
Help! I Need Your Help To Save My Business

This is a call we get every week at OpenCape… a small to mid-sized business that is having significant challenges with its technology. Sometimes it is simply their hardware.

SHS
Helping Sandwich Schools Following Cyberattack

Sandwich Public Schools recently were subject to a cyberattack that impacted their remote learning systems and OpenCape was called upon to help.


Internet Connectivity
Cape Cod Residents Share Their Desires for Internet Connectivity

This summer Governor Baker signed a new IT Bond Bill for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, which includes $1.7M in funds allocated for OpenCape Internet connectivity projects on the Cape & Islands.

Gov Baker
OpenCape Slated to Receive $1.7 Million from IT Bond Bill

OpenCape announces today that $1.7M in funds allocated for OpenCape Internet connectivity projects have been included in the current IT Bond Bill, also referred to as the General Government Bond Bill.

Massachusetts State House
Help Us Encourage Governor Baker to Release IT Bond Bill Funds

We continue to work with the Cape and Islands legislative delegation, town administrators, community leaders and business owners to advocate for the funds to be released.

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Cape Cod's First Residential Fiber Service

OpenCape Launches Residential Fiber Service with CapeBuilt Development Project. Historic Redevelopment in Hyannis will include the first fiber-enabled residential units built on Cape Cod

Free bandwidth
FREE Bandwidth Offer Readily Accepted

In response to OpenCape's announcement last week that it would offer 100% Free Bandwidth upgrades to customers.

Fcc
OpenCape Adopts FCC's "Keep Americans Connected Pledge"

Last week, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai emphasized the importance of keeping Americans connected as the country experiences serious disruptions caused by the coronavirus outbreak.

Working from home
Working From Home. Can The Internet Handle It?

Derek Pando rarely had problems with his home internet service — until last week. That was when he began working from his house because of the coronavirus.